Monthly Archives: September 2011

Lost Piece of the Massacre Puzzle

Well, at least one more puzzle piece has now been found, unlocking one more riddle in a chamber of horrors. The San Fernando “immigrant massacre” of August 2010 has become a blind spot in Mexican history. On the one hand … Continue reading

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Voices in the Night

Still a hundred miles short of the border, the main highway down into the far southern boot-tip of Texas seemed smothered in night–an extraordinarily humid, suffocating night. The stifling humidity of the extreme eastern borderland between the U.S. and Mexico … Continue reading

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A Lost Piece of the Massacre Puzzle

Well, at least one more puzzle piece has now been found, unlocking one more riddle in a chamber of horrors. The San Fernando “immigrant massacre” of August 2010 has become a blind spot in Mexican history. On the one hand … Continue reading

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Inside the Black Hole

“You’re going to San Fernando?” a Mexican border official said in disbelief. “Aren’t you afraid?” Even residents of nearby areas fear to enter what has become a no-go zone, known for massacres and mass graves. Though only a few miles … Continue reading

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